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... THIRD. A word from Principal Dawson Summary of results thus far An unexpected reinforcement " Where did Life Begin? " Confirmatory extracts PART FOURTH. THE HYPOTHESIS CONFIRMED BY ETHNIC TRADITION. CHAPTER 1. ANCIENT COSMOLOGY AND MYTHICAL GEOGRAPHY. The mistaken modern assumption The " True Key " General statement The " Mountain of the World " The same in Egyptian Mythology In the Akkadian, Assyrian, and Babylonian In the Chinese In the Indo-Aryan In the Buddhistic In the Iranian In the Greek and Roman The Underworld Cautions as to interpretation The chorography of Christian hymns CHAPTER II. THE CRADLE OF THE RACE IN ANCIENT JAPANESE THOUGHT. The most ancient Japanese book Japanese cosmogony lzanagi's spear " The Island of ...
42. The Timna Test [Journals] [Aeon]
... -500). They knew that Assyrian influences on pottery provided a vital chronological cross-check and that they could not be mistaken in these conclusions. But Beno Rothenberg and Yohanan Aharoni also knew! They knew that, in this debate, they had a chronological arbiter and, with it, the advantage and the last word. Discovery of an Egyptian temple in the Arabah in 1969 conclusively demonstrated that the pottery which Glueck and Albright had assigned to Iron Age II and III ( -999/ -500) bore a distinctive relationship to the Egyptian temple whose last official tenants were from Egypt's Dynasty XX. The same pottery was sequentially earlier and was therefore to be assigned to the pre-Ramesside ...
... Title Page | Ch. 1 | Ch. 2 | Ch. 3 | Ch. 4 | Ch. 5 | Ch. 6 | Ch. 7 | Ch. 8 | Ch. 9 | Appendix | Notes The Age of Velikovsky Chapter III: The Historical Construction Egyptian history is the standard for determining the absolute dates for the ancient histories of the world. If the standard is incorrect, archaeological problems will be created in the countries which use this standard as a reference. In Ages in Chaos, Velikovsky describes a number of these problems and demonstrates how these problems are resolved by use of a revised chronology. Some of these points will be reviewed here, ...
44. On testing The Polar configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... in ancient hymns. (5 ) The Babylonian sun god is Shamash, and Babylonian astronomical texts say in unequivocal terms: "The planet Saturn is Shamash." (6 ) Thus the Greek historian Diodorus reports that Babylonian astronomers knew the planet Saturn as the star of the "sun" (Helios). (7 ) Though early Egyptian sources do not offer a formal astronomy to directly connect their gods with planets, (8 ) a later Egyptian ostrakon cited by Franz Boll identifies the sun god Ra as the Greek Kronos, the planet Saturn. (9 ) In the Epinomis of Plato, the names of the five planets are given. In the earliest copies of ...
45. The Battle Of Kadesh-carchemish. Ch. 1. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... coast. When he came to Megiddo Pass he found his way obstructed by Josiah, the king of Jerusalem. The king of Egypt sent emissaries to him, saying: "I come not against thee this day. . . . Nevertheless Josiah would not turn his face from him." In the battle King Josiah was mortally wounded by Egyptian dart throwers (II Chronicles 35:21-24). The pharaoh proceeded northward toward Carchemish on the Euphrates. In Jerusalem the people chose Jehoahaz, the second son of Josiah, to be king. But after three months the pharaoh put him in chains in Riblah in the land of Hamath and sent him to Egypt. The pharaoh then ...
46. The Hyksos (Ages in Chaos) [Velikovsky]
... Ages in Chaos Volume I: From the Exodus to King Akhnaton CHAPTER TWO The Hyksos Immanuel Velikovsky Who Were the Hyksos? The Egyptian historian Manetho, who lived in the Ptolemaic age, is our main source of information on the invasion of the Hyksos. His history of Egypt is not extant, but some passages dealing with that invasion are preserved by Josephus Flavius, Eusebius and Sextus Julius Africanus.1 Josephus, in his pamphlet, Against Apion, preserved more of the second book of Manetho's history of Egypt than Eusebius and Africanus did. Here is the first passage: I will quote his [Manetho's] own words, just as if I had produced the man himself ...
47. KA [Books]
... . SACRIFICE Notes (Chapter Seven: Sacrifice) 8. SKY AND STAGE Notes (Chapter Eight: Sky and Stage) 9. TRIPOD CAULDRONS Notes (Chapter Nine: Tripod Cauldrons) 10. THE EVIDENCE FROM PLUTARCH 11. THE PRESOCRATIC PHILOSOPHERS 12. MYSTERY RELIGIONS Notes (Chapter Twelve: Mystery Religions) 13. KA', AND EGYPTIAN MAGIC Notes (Chapter Thirteen: KA" and Egyptian magic) 14. BOLTS FROM THE BLUE 15. LOOKING LIKE A GOD 16. HERAKLES AND HEROES 17. BYWAYS OF ELECTRICITY 18. ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS Notes (Chapter Eighteen: Rome and the Etruscans) 19. THE TIMAEUS Notes (Chapter Nineteen: The Timaeus) 20 ...
48. Chapter 3 Astronomical Sothic Dating [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... take sides against arithmetic. You can't ask us to take sides against the obvious facts. . ." Sir Winston Churchill in The Wit and Wisdom of Winston Churchill by J. Harmos (NY 1995), p. 35 "If Manethon's list proves to be unreliable, and if conventional Sothic dating turns out to be a chimera, Egyptian chronology will need to be revised and reconstructed upon more secure foundations. And once that is done, the chronologies of all those neighboring peoples will also have to be revised and reconstructed. Move the Egyptians, and you must move their neighbors." Lynn E. Rose Sun, Moon, and Sothis op.cit., p ...
49. Language and Thought in Ancient Egypt (Forum) [Journals] [Kronos]
... Contents Forum Language and Thought in Ancient Egypt A Response to G. R. Talbott To the Editor of KRONOS: In his article "Pharaoh Seti the Great and His Foreign Connections: Part I, Orientation" (KRONOS V:3 , pp. 23-35), George Robert Talbott asserts, if I understand him correctly, that pharaonic Egyptian thinking was so different from modern Western thinking as to make it difficult for contemporary scholars to present a fair picture of the Egyptian outlook. Not only do I agree with this view,(1 ) but I suspect that the ancient Egyptians and their contemporaries may have had sensory impressions of the world that differed perceptually from ours as well ...
50. The Road to Iron: 8th and 7th Century Metallurgy and the Decline of Egyptian Power [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History IV:2 (July 1982) Home | Issue Contents The Road to Iron: 8th and 7th Century Metallurgy and the Decline of Egyptian Power Martin Sieff Copyright (c ) 1980, 1982 Martin Sieff 18th and 19th Dynasties The Glasgow Chronology places the reign of Ramses II of Egypt's great 19th dynasty, and the reigns of Hattusilis III and Tudhaliyas IV, of the high period of the Hittite Empire, in the 8th century B.C .- the time of Kings Jeroboam II of Israel and Uzziah of Judah. This was also the time of Jonah, Hosea, and Amos- first of the literary prophets- and of the rise ...
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